Thursday, October 7th, 2021 | Choose your preferred time
Purposeful Steps in Building an Inclusive Workplace
Protect and Support All Employees
Nearly 6% of the U.S. population identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, and yet 40% of LGBTQ+ workers hide their identity at work.
Employers lean on corporate policies, values, and employee resource groups to help support LGBTQ+ employees, but there is a clear disconnect.
In preparation for National Coming Out Day on October 11, this panel will discuss concrete steps employers can take to demonstrate support for their LGBTQ+ employees, whether they’re “out” or not, and build a truly inclusive workplace.
Join us on October 7th to learn:
- Recent survey results from LGBTQ+ employees at the country’s largest employers
- Challenges LGBTQ+ employees are facing when accessing healthcare and other resources
- Factors to consider for return to work planning that helps support all employees
- Specific actions employers can take to build a more inclusive workplace
Cofounder and CEO of Included Health
Colin Quinn is the Founder and CEO of Included Health. Included Health is reimagining the way healthcare should be delivered to diverse populations. Today, Included Health is focused on creating a better healthcare experience for members of the LGBTQ+ community by connecting members to inclusive providers who understand their unique health needs. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, he understands firsthand the challenges members of the LGBTQ+ community face navigating their healthcare. He is passionate about raising care equality for underserved patient populations.
In May 2021, Included Health was acquired by Grand Rounds Health and Doctor On Demand.
He lives in New York City and enjoys traveling (when allowed), reading and staying active through sports, hiking and Barry’s Bootcamp. Colin received his undergraduate degree in Finance at Butler University and has an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
Dr. Jack Bartel
Licensed Clinical Psychologist at Grand Rounds Health and Doctor On Demand
(He/Him) is a licensed clinical psychologist who completed his doctoral training at the Florida Institute of Technology, an internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami Florida, and a postdoctoral fellowship at the Orlando VA Medical Center. He is collaborative and encourages open dialogue. He enjoys working with primary care doctors to help patients with habit and lifestyle change focusing on smoking cessation, weight management, insomnia, and chronic pain. He also enjoys helping patients who are having trouble coping or adjusting to medical conditions. He has worked in many different settings treating general mental illness including, anxiety, depression, stress management, and adjustment. Finally, Dr. Bartel specializes in LGBTQA+ and transgender healthcare, often providing seminars and trainings on how to best serve this community. Dr. Bartel believes in an open, affirming treatment experience for all of his patients.
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